Daystate Pulsar Review

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    Here is my FULL in depth review of the Daystate Pulsar

     

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    Very cool review Marno, nice shooting, if there was no wind, as we know here in SA is always there, the groupings would be a lots better, which doesn’t mean was not good, means that shows that this rifle is really accurate, very impressive, so is fps that you can get out of it. Please lets us know how is your impression with it in course of time, when you are more familiar and used to the gun goes, I am really thinking in purchase one myself.
    Thanks for posting, subscribed.

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    Very nice comprehensive review. I was looking at the Renegade really hard. Have you shot it? If so, what are your thoughts on it?
     

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    Well done mate, nice review.

    With mine, Baracuda Match 21.1 grains are the best in windy conditions.

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    Hi everyone!

    I’m about to buy of Pulsar, so I’ve just registered here to discuss such review. It’s very valuable review! Thank you mate!
    According to your velocity results, there is 935 to 907 fps spread, so ES (extreme spread), as you posted- 28 fps!
    If we’re talking about regulated gun, I’d say it seems broken. Are you sure with your measurements? I had FX Wildcat with ES around 9 fps (3 m/s to be exact, I used for metric sys).
    It’s normally for regulated guns, and if the gun has the price of  +2000 USD, it’s a rule!
    So, I repeat:  “It’s very valuable review!”, because I’m hold on with purchasing of Pulsar now. Please, check your measurements.

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    Nice review. If I could make one suggestion you have a black gun with a black
    background with a black shirt on it’s hard for my old eyes to see the gun but
    a good review overall. I can see you put a lot of time into it and I enjoyed watching 
    it thanks.

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    “SteaviZ”Hi everyone!

    I’m about to buy of Pulsar, so I’ve just registered here to discuss such review. It’s very valuable review! Thank you mate!
    According to your velocity results, there is 935 to 907 fps spread, so ES (extreme spread), as you posted- 28 fps!
    If we’re talking about regulated gun, I’d say it seems broken. Are you sure with your measurements? I had FX Wildcat with ES around 9 fps (3 m/s to be exact, I used for metric sys).
    It’s normally for regulated guns, and if the gun has the price of  +2000 USD, it’s a rule!
    So, I repeat:  “It’s very valuable review!”, because I’m hold on with purchasing of Pulsar now. Please, check your measurements.


    The Pulsar is regulated electronically instead of the traditional regulator. I recall seeing some tighter ES.

    Steve’s review yielded about 20 fps ES (in .25 caliber)
    m.youtube.com/watch?v=51c0bMaRzqY

    The user Bluestone has a lot of experience with the pulsar .22. Maybe he can chime in with his results. 

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    “Westwind”Nice review. If I could make one suggestion you have a black gun with a black
    background with a black shirt on it’s hard for my old eyes to see the gun but
    a good review overall. I can see you put a lot of time into it and I enjoyed watching 
    it thanks.


    I second this. Black on black on black is difficult to see. Maybe try to use the word “honestly” a bit less. Otherwise, great job.

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    On high power, the ES on my 0.22 Pulsar is 8fps with 21 grain Baracuda Match and 20 fps with 16 grain JSB Exact. 
    In practise, testing at 40 yards, the mv difference has not been noticed.

     

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